50 High Street, St Martins, Stamford, PE9 2LG | Burghley House

4 bedroom house to rent

50 High Street, St Martins, Stamford, PE9 2LG

1,600 PCM

tenancy info

Available mid November (subject to referencing)

4 bedrooms

2 bathrooms


EPC Certificate

This stunning Grade II* Listed town house is situated in St Martins Without, just across the bridge from Stamford town centre, within walking distance of the excellent pubs, restaurants and cafe's that Stamford has to offer. The property sits just down the road from the beautiful historic parkland of Burghley House and was originally constructed from local stone and Collyweston slate.

The ground floor features the sitting room, kitchen/dining area (with pantry), access to the garden / patio, as well as the stairs to the cellar.

On the first floor, two double bedrooms can be found which are serviced by a family bathroom.

The second floor features two more double bedrooms which are serviced by a shower room.

At the rear is a spacious patio and garden with a code-lock gate that grants access to the two dedicated off-street car parking spaces.

Please note, this property is due to receive new carpets throughout.

The house comprises: -

  • Ground Floor - Entrance Hall; Sitting Room; Kitchen/Dining Room; Pantry; Stairway to Cellar
  • First Floor - Principal Bedroom; Double Bedroom; Bathroom
  • Second Floor - Two Double Bedrooms: Shower Room

Gas central heating

Energy Performance Band D

Council Tax - South Kesteven District Council Tax Band B

The floorplans can be seen on the last photo, or by clicking here.


Stamford sits on the bank of the River Welland and is bounded by Rutland to the north and west, Peterborough to the south and Northamptonshire to the south-west. It has over 600 listed building, and in 1967 was the first conservation area to be designated in Britain.The town has many 17th and 18th Century stone buildings, old timber-framed buildings and five medieval parish churches. Stamford, meaning “stony ford” can trace its history back to Anglo-Saxon times. With a population of approximately 21,000 people the town sits aside A1. The railway station provides commuters with travel time to London, changing at Peterborough, of between 1 to 2 hours.

The town has a centre filled with coffee shops, restaurants and a range of retailers complimented by a Friday market and Farmers’ market.

A good selection of schools and colleges serve pupils and students.

Nearby Burghley House, with its parkland open to the public, is an impressive Elizabethan House. The stunning Garden of Suprises, Sculpture Garden and Hide and Secrets Adventure Play area are just a mile from the centre of Town.

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